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Eliminating Dirty Discharges

Publication number Date Published
07-10-066August 2007
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Author(s) Ted H. Hamlin
Description Industrial stormwater isn’t something that generates a lot of interest and hardly grasps most people’s attention as they go about their busy lives. This water quality story is an example of cooperative stormwater management to reduce pollutants from industrial sites.
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Keywords water quality story, water quality, industrial stormwater, discharge
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